Creative Mornings Lexington invited Mitzi Vernon (Dean of the University of Kentucky College of Design) to present her work regarding form with particular focus on a studio projec t and process she has exhibited in Lexington. That work focuses on pedagogy within an industrial design studio sequence while she was at Virginia Tech. As an extension of these concepts about form, pedagogy, and iteration, she included work from Martin Summers design studios that take the discussion
Essay by Martin Summers (edited by Brent Sturlaugson) about the "Point of Departure" project and pedagogical implications of "Disruptive Continuity" was published in "Off Ramp 12: Tolerance." Off Ramp is SCI-Arc's online academic journal, edited by the Post Graduate Design Theory and Pedagogy Program. Essay can be found here: (Link) From the Editors' Preface: "In this issue of Offramp we seek to interrogate what might remain as a tool, or tools, for producing the idiosyncrati
We are honored to have our work featured as part of a group exhibition titled, "Resolution - The Digital Print" hosted in Los Angeles by Jai & Jai Gallery. The exhibition will open on Saturday, July 9th; 8-11pm as part of an opening reception for the show. The multi-time zone collaboration started over a year ago and as part of the Super//Architects Thesis Call and has grown into a multi-phase project where we are only now nearing the conclusion of phase II. Our installation
PLUS-SUM Studio received notification that our entry into "The Secret Life of Buildings: A Call for Objects" competition has been promoted to the second and final round of the selection process. The competition is run by the Center for American Architecture & Design (CAAD) at UT Austin and connected to the upcoming three day symposia, "The Secret Life of Buildings." List of Round 1 Finalists: http://www.secretlifecompetition.com/call-for-objects/ From the competition site: "